Washington, DC – In cooperation with Urban Investment Partners (UIP), DC Access is now providing Wireless Internet to the Shelby, a 24-unit boutique-style apartment building located at 1706 T Street NW.
In late 2008, DC Access entered an agreement with UIP to provide WiFi to six multi-family units in Washington DC, starting with The Biltmore, located at 1940 Biltmore Street NW, in the Kalorama Historic Triangle. The Shelby is the second UIP property to be equipped for WiFi by DC Access, with the remaining four properties scheduled to come on line over the next 18 months.
“Partnering with UIP has allowed us to expand into Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle neighborhoods, which are new areas for us,” says Martha Huizenga, partner at DC Access. “Our services are a great fit for apartment buildings, and we’re excited to be working with UIP to provide local, affordable Wireless Internet to their residents.”
Through similar partnerships with several other local real estate companies, including Evolve LLC and Yarmouth Management, DC Access provides WiFi to a variety of multi-family properties in DC.
About DC Access, LLC
2009 marks the 10th anniversary of DC Access, which is owned and operated by the husband-and-wife team of Matt Wade and Martha Huizenga. DC Access, which privately held and headquartered on Capitol Hill, is DC’s first and only Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP). DC Access also provides nationwide web hosting and nationwide dial-up.
About Urban Investment Partners
Urban Investment Partners (UIP) is a real estate investment, asset and property management organization specializing in multi-family residential property investment, primarily in the Washington DC area. Since its founding, UIP has successfully introduced more than eight real estate funds with a total valuation of over $175 million and has acquired, developed and/or redeveloped residential properties totaling more than 3,600 units. UIP is dedicated to preserving and providing affordable rental accommodations in the District of Columbia.